Authentic Korean in the...Grocery Store?

Friday, June 10, 2016

One stormy night I was supposed to go to Chinatown and get some food, but because of the weather my friend and I decided to go somewhere closer to get some authentic Korean food. The place we went is like a food court within a grocery store called Super H Mart with many options for food. It can be a bit overwhelming and everything smelled so good!

ToreOre & …

The two places within Super H Mart that we decided to go were ToreOre  and another place (so sorry. I cannot remember the name). ToreOre has Korean Fried chicken with two flavors garlic and a hot spicy flavor that is sold in Korea too, similar to another restaurant that I like here.

The second thing we split is a hot stone bowl that had veggies, seafood and rice (bap) with kimchi and all the sides. I believe it's called Bibimbap. It had an egg and when you get it, you are supposed to mix it in. I don’t really like eggs, but this meal was VERY good. I was stuffed and took food home. One of these days I am going to get a better handle on using chop sticks, but I left full so they served their purpose.

For dessert I got some green tea mochi with ice cream from the frozen isle at the grocery store. It has a mild taste while still being sweet and satisfying.

What’s one of your favorite authentic restaurants that I should check out?


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